Here's a chance to have your say. There are currently 484 entries in the guestbook. The opinions expressed below are those of individual visitors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Salisbury Cathedral and its staff. To view earlier entries, use the links placed at the foot of the page.
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Jackie Ball I have just returned from a superb concert in Calne given by your girl choristers and "the Six" , and wanted to express my thanks. As a humble, ageing, but still passionate soprano in a local church choir, it's good to see some real Girl power keeping the tradition going, and sounding like angels!! Thankyou for a magical evening, Mr. Hall.
Errol Croft As an Architect, I am absolutely stunned by the incredible detail in the building. I wonder, with all the technology we have today, if anything so beautiful could be designed and built and also maintain it\'s majesty for as long as this Cathedral has. I am from South Africa and envy our own Bishop Tutu as he preached there. I hope to visit the Cathedral one day.
Sandra Leah Soles
I visited the cathedral July 2009.
The new font is inspirational and deeply spiritual for me. The Walking Madonna is brilliant and deserves a permanent place in the Close. The Lunar Disc stretches the presence of the Close into the Universe.
What pure delight.
Mark Emanuelson My wife and I visited Salisbury Cathedral today and were awestruck by the history and the majesty of the building. Our visit was made most memorable by the excellent guide who took us around the interior as part of our small donation to the church. Thank you for working so hard to make it an enjoyable place to visit and learn about English heritage and church life over the last 7 centuries.
Keith Reddick I was born is Salisbury infirmary in 1949 and had the privilege of working inside the structure of the Cathedral during my apprenticeship with Southern Electricity during the 1960's. It is good to see that now there are tours around the internal workings and passages of the Cathedral, and perhaps now more people will realise how much work went into this building and appreciate it that much more. I now live in the Falkland Islands but still like to keep in touch.
John & Kathie Ryan We had the pleasure of visiting in UK in Nov last year and Salisbury Cathedral was our favourite Cathedral! One of the lovely things about it was the overpowering sense of being part of centuries of continual worship.... Evensong was so wonderful that we attended twice in our 3 days in the area.God bless ....from some very impressed Aussies
Dan and Kala, San Francisco, USA We visited in September 2008 and were very impressed by the grandeur of the Cathedral. Unfortunately we could not visit the interior, but we look forward to visiting again.
Sandra Ferrantino I visited twice the city of Salisbury and also the Cathedral. It's breathtaking!! Unfortunately I didn't have enough time for the Tower Tour but I'm planning to return in July so I hope I won't miss it. Fascinating the " Magna Carta" !!
Andrew J Irvine
I visited the Cathedral in 2000 with my mother and brother we are from Australia we had a very interesting and informative time. Just seen the Cathedral on BBC Time Team and learnt new things about the Cathedral. I did'nt know before. The building of the Cathedral must have been a monumental task for the engineers of the time to bulid.
Andrew J Irvine.
Love your Sermon sites. I read them with high intensity. Though I reside across the pond, I do not mind getting my feet wet to visit you at times.